: Between the mid-1920s and 1963, James David Zellerbach (1892-1963), an avid home movie maker, filmed numerous home movies of the Zellerbach family, founders of the Zellerbach Paper Company. The films document the family's life in San Francisco and include a good deal of footage of the San Francisco landscape. Also documented in the films are family trips and leisure pursuits. This film reel includes footage of a Zellerbach family retreat in 1929. Source
: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection: Zellerbach Family PapersCall Number
: BANC MSS 2010/690Rights:
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Digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP)
December 18, 2013
High Definition for 1929!
This is a silent film, but the resolution is very crisp / sharp for a 1929 home movie film! Better than VHS it seems. Probably scanned directly from the film reel-to-reel.
A simple, no audio, home movie film of kids and women at a family retreat out in the woods of northern california. Great snapshot of the old days of simple fun. Look for the old school car rambling by in the background @ 0:30!
1. Run and grab a shoe and run back
2. Bean bag toss (aka 'Corn-Hole')
3. Bite the apple on the string with your hands behind your back
4. Pool time
6. Swim race
7. Kids just playing in the dirt